Greener Surfacing has started to see the fruits of hard labour with ‘hot asphalt recycling’
Three years ago Nick Antrobus was going about running his construction business in Northern England, when he was introduced to the concept of Hot Asphalt Recycling. Gripped by the concept, but not necessarily the technology or the market, Nick spent the next two and a half years honing the market and tracking the technology to a point where it could be commercially viable. He has now received £49.5k investment from The North West Fund for micro loans. The £3 million Fund provides loans of £25k to £50k to businesses at all stages, whether they are just starting up or looking to expand.
Greener Surfacing is currently the only company in the UK exclusively trading in recycled asphalt commercially.
Based in the Kingfisher Business Centre in Rawtenstall in Lancashire, the business has already recycled and sold over £200k of road planings and will be using the loan to set up an additional plant in the North West.
Greener Surfacing owner Nick Antrobus also has plans in place to develop additional production sites across the UK and to create a range of new factory and office based jobs as the business expands.
Further details can be found on Bdaily News and by contacting Nick
Kingfisher Business Centre with its friendly and efficient reception team is conveniently located in Rawtenstall close to the M66 and M65 motorway junctions making it an ideal location for the neighbouring market towns of Bury, Rochdale, Accrington, Blackburn, Bolton, Burnley and the City of Manchester.. If you require any further information please contact us on 01706 606000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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